Crestview Park

The neighborhood park was developed in 1967, and features several sports fields and courts. Crestview’s sledding hill is a popular neighborhood winter destination, while the picnic table and treehouse themed playground serve as summer hot spots. The park's recreation building houses several Sunbeams & Rainbows preschool classes and the Lapidary Arts program.

 

Amenities: 
  • Ball Diamonds
  • Basketball Court
  • Drinking Fountains
  • Picnic Table
  • Playground Equipment
  • Recreation Building
  • Roller Hockey Court
  • Sledding Hill
  • Soccer Field
  • Tennis Ball Recycling
  • Tennis Courts
Events & Activities: 
  • Adopt A Park
Playground Equipment: 
  • Monkey bars
  • Mulch surfacing
  • Rock climbing features
  • Sand play area
  • Sand table
  • Two scoop diggers
  • Seesaw
  • Sensory play equipment
  • Four slides
  • Two spring riders
  • Two stand-up spinners
  • Six swings (two toddler swings)
  • Track ride
History: 

The property was originally purchased in 1963 and named after its previous occupant, Crestview School. The original purchase was for 7.47 acres; additional acreage was purchased from the School District through OSLAD funds in 1971 and 1980. In a combined effort by the Park District, the homeowners' association, and community clubs, the Crestview recreational building was built and dedicated in 1970, with an addition to the building in 1975. A playground was built in 1989 and two tennis courts were converted to two roller hockey courts in the late 1990s. The playground was renovated in 2005.

Current Size: 
11.14 acres